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imaginative

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of imaginative

  1. 1 having the skill and imagination to create new things <an imaginative child who is always writing short stories about her pet cat> Synonyms clever, creative, ingenious, innovational, innovative, innovatory, inventive, original, originative, PrometheanRelated Words gifted, inspired, talented; resourceful; fecund, fertile, fruitful, generative, germinal, productive, prolificNear Antonyms imitative, uninspired; infertile, unproductive; talentlessAntonyms uncreative, unimaginative, uninventive, unoriginal

  2. 2 showing a noteworthy use of the imagination and creativity especially in inventing <found an imaginative gadget that can grind the beans and heat the water to brew coffee> Synonyms artful, creative, clever, ingenious, innovative, inventiveRelated Words adventurous, fresh, groundbreaking, novel, original, visionary; cleverish, gadgety, gimmicky; convenient, handy, neat, nifty, practical, useful; complex, sophisticated; adroit, deft, dexterous (also dextrous), expert, handsome, tricky; brainy, intelligent, sharp, smartNear Antonyms dull, pedantic, pedestrian, stodgy; assembly-line, canned, cookie-cutter, derivative, hackneyed, unoriginal; impractical, uselessAntonyms uncreative, unimaginative



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